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: Dr. J. MORGAN LLOYD : Musical Talk to Children

THIS is the third of the series of talks arranged for children during the Christmas holidays. The fourth and last talk, 'Christmas Time Among the Animals,' is being given on Friday by Professor W. M. Tattersall.


Unknown: Professor W. M. Tattersall.


A Toytown Dialogue Story by S. G. HULME BEAMAN
With Incidental Music by THE WEST REGIONAL TRIO


Story By: S. G. Hulme Beaman

: A Welsh Programme

(From Swansea)
Conductress, Madame BEN Thomas
IN addition to its active work in South
Wales, the Swansea Ladies' Choir has also appeared at the London Palladium and Finsbury Park Empire in connection with the National Sunday League concerts. The choir was founded in 1912 by its present conductress.
W. H. J. JENKINS comes from Bridgend and studied music at Aberystwyth
University under Sir Walford Davies. He has won several first prizes for violin and viola playing at National Eisteddfoddau, and is at present engaged as music master of Pwllheli County School.
NOT often do voices blend so perfectly with each other as those of Dan Jones and Morlais Morgan. Apart from their individual achievements, these singers are a popular ' team ' and have made gramophone records of Welsh duets.


Unknown: Madame Ben Thomas
Unknown: W. H. J. Jenkins
Unknown: Sir Walford Davies.
Unknown: Dan Jones

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